AW119 goes glass with G1000H

Aviation International News » December 2012
December 1, 2012, 2:10 AM

AgustaWestland is going glass in the AW119 single. On October 22 the company unveiled the AW119Kx, which features the Garmin G1000H integrated flight deck system with synthetic vision, moving map and highway in the sky and obstacle/terrain avoidance systems. Certification is scheduled for early next year. Life Flight Network is the launch customer, ordering 15 of the helicopters configured for helicopter EMS operations from its bases in Idaho, Oregon and Washington. The helicopters will be outfitted to carry two patients.

The G1000H features two 10.4-inch LCD units to provide both primary flight display and multifunction display information. The new avionics are also optimized for diagnostics and data analysis for maintenance purposes. The AW119Kx EMS helicopter configuration will include night vision imaging system lighting and operation of night-vision goggles.

“The launch of the new AW119Kx highlights AgustaWestland’s commitment to the continued enhancement of its product range, both through the development of brand-new models and the installation of the latest technology into its existing products,” said Bruno Spagnolini, AgustaWestland CEO.

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